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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with laid up:

2 syllables:
aid as,
aid has,
aid on,
aid us,
bei den,
grace cup,
lace ups,
made an,
made as,
made on,
made us,
make ups,
paid an,
paid as,
paid on,
played an,
played as,
played on,
raid on,
rave ups,
said an,
said as,
said don,
said on,
stayed on,
trade as,
trade has,
trade on,
wake ups,
brain dump,
drain depth,
grade a,
lay ups,
said a.,
stage depth,
state dep't,
state dept.,
eye cup,
date as,
date has,
date on,
fate as,
fate has,
freight ton,
late as,
late on,
mail hub,
plate as,
plate assay,
plate on,
rate as,
rate has,
rate on,
spray tan,
state an,
state as,
state has,
state on,
straight as,
straight on,
straight tongue,
wait on,
weight as,
weight on,
age as,
age has,
age on,
aim has,
asia as,
bale on,
base as,
base has,
base on


3 syllables:
survey dept.,
decade has,
persuade us,
portrayed as,
take a hop,
create depth,
layer depth,
obtain depth,
create an,
debate as,
debate has,
debate on,
dilate on,
estate as,
estate on,
update on,
always an,
always as,
always has,
always on,
attain an,
away but,
away some,
away was,
away when


4 syllables:
concentrate on,
predicate on


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